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Aw, c'mon. Don't get so defensive about your country.
And Hamilton is right not to dwell on this. What's he supposed to do, focus on the negative things in his life? Why would he want to do that? Doesn't everyone else want their speeding tickets to just go away, cause the whole affair is too stressful even to think about?
And there isn't a lesson to be learned from it. It *was* a dumb non-event.
Yet a high ranking government official saw it necessary to comment. I would call that milking it too. Weren't they rolling out some new road safety initiative at the time? Perfect timing for the bureaucrats.